Khasadrapchu Middle Secondary School, named after the area of its location, is situated below the Thimphu-Phuntsholing national highway, which is 18 kms away from Thimphu City. It is under Mewang Gewog, Thimphu Dzongkhag. Established in 1960, the school was one of the very few early schools in the country, therefore it has great historical value. Owing to the low student enrolment (with five teachers and only four students) the school was closed in 1969. It was then used as tuberculosis treatment center under Gidakom Hospital. The school reopened in 1981. In 1998, the school was upgraded to Lower Secondary School and then to Middle Secondary School in 2002. Currently, the school has 42 teachers and 892(M-451, F-441) students (refer Annexure-1 for general school statistics). The school is spread over 11.301 acres and has adequate basic infrastructure developed with World Bank financing. It has one of the best school premises in Thimphu Dzongkhag and is a popular venue for seminars and training workshops. The school is also a member of the i-School Project. The project is a joint undertaking of RGoB, Bhutan Telecom and Ericsson Company, India. The aim of the project is to enhance learning through interaction among the participating schools.

Vision & Mission

To provide learning experiences to students through active participation.

To produce meaningful, competent and value laden future citizens.

To enhance professionalism among teachers to meet the expectations and challenges of Educational needs.

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Reading program is an ongoing program in the school. The program have benifited the students and teachers alike. Different activites carried out in the school have created awarness regarding the benifits of reading. The reading activities carried out have benifited our students and teachers.

School at a glance

Name: Khasadrapchu MSS
Gewog: Mewong
Dzongkhag: Thimphu
School Status: Day School
School Category: Semi Urban
School Area: 11.301 acres
Established: 1981
Class Range: PP to 10
Algicultural Land Area: 1.2 acres
Thram No: 139